Saturday, May 12, 2012

Where I learned who was the king of bullshit . . .


After much discussion remaining hosts Hayley and Marsh have made the decision to stop producing episodes of the Righteous Indignation Podcast . . .

I would love to author an elegant tribute about the Righteous Indignation Podcast, and what it has meant to me.  However, I fear I would not do it justice.  Suffice it to say that to at least more than a few skeptical minded folks throughout the world, the weekly, and later bi-weekly, episodes of R.I. were brief one hour gems of thoughtful entertainment executed without pretense.  The interviews with the proponents of questionable practices ought to be textbook examples for future reference on how skeptics ought to interact with the cultural competition.  Our Indignates, Trystan, Hayley, and Marsh  allowed the listener to learn from the other side with respectful discourse rather than with harsh tactics.  

There are lots of other skeptical podcasts available for the avid podcast listening public to enjoy.  Arguably R.I. in some objective sense may not have been the best skeptical podcast, or the most popular.  However, it was my favorite.  I suspect a favorite for many other listeners as well.  

I wish the Indignates all the very best.  I hope to enjoy and learn from whatever other projects they engage  upon in the future.  If I have learned nothing else from R.I. it is that David Icke is the king of bullshit.  

*disputed Dr. Seuss quote.   

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